A photo exhibition by Johan Bävman, titled “Swedish Dads”, was recently opened at the Iranian Artists Forum in Tehran in a ceremony attended by Sweden’s ambassador to Iran and a number of guests from the European state.
Works by four Iranian illustrators have been included in the catalogue of this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the biggest international trade show and book fair dedicated to children’s books, currently underway in Italy.
An exhibition of 163 artworks by the most sought-after Iranian, Arab and Turkish artists will be held in Dubai March 16-18, and then auctioned on March 18 at Christie’s upcoming sale of modern and contemporary art in the Middle East.
Year after year, the art galleries of Tehran become more prosperous. Iranian people are now more willing than ever to see art and buy gallery items.
Kambiz Derambakhsh, an acclaimed Iranian graphic designer and cartoonist, has held a painting workshop for Iranian working children.
Gizella Varga Sinai, a Hungarian artist who has been living in Iran for years, believes that Iranian visual arts can be presented to the world just like its cinema.
In a move to protest against Trump’s travel ban, New York City’s Museum of Modern Art has rehung part of its permanent collection with works by artists from Iran and two other majority-Muslim nations whose citizens are blocked from entering the US.
A Thai-Swiss artist, recently put her paintings on display in an exhibition named “Iran through my eyes” in a gallery in Tehran.
Over 100 artworks have been put on display in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, as part of the Iranian Art Exhibition that opened in the art gallery of University of Culture in Minsk on 30 January.
The 9th edition of Fajr International Festival of Visual Arts opened on Sunday in Tehran at two venues, Niavaran Cultural Center and Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, and will run through February 18.